Hack Aotearoa 2020

About this event

In partnership with Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Critical Data, ACC, and Philips, registrations for Hack Aotearoa: New Zealand’s Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare Conference and Datathon, are now open.

Hosted by the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences at The University of Auckland, the conference and datathon will be held Friday 17th January to Sunday 19th  January 2020 at the Owen G Glenn Building, Auckland University. 

Event attendees will learn from MIT Critical Data Faculty and local and international experts about the opportunities of Data Science and AI for healthcare.. 

During the Datathon, participants will form teams of health professionals, data scientists and anyone else passionate about healthcare, data analytics, and cross-disciplinary collaboration to answer clinical questions and health system challenges using health datasets.

 

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HiNZ

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Friday, 17 January 2020 (All day) to Sunday, 19 January 2020 (All day)
University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand

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